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Cross Layout

 

This easy-to-read four-card layout is one of the most useful of all the layouts. The first rune is the significator, and the last shows the outcome, provided that the advice given is followed. The advice is broken down into two runes which can easily be compared and contrasted. Rune #2 suggests what to avoid, while #3 shows the path to take.

This layout can also be used to ask about the meaning of a rune from a previously executed layout that may have been unclear. In this usage, Rune #2 shows what it did not mean, while #3 clarifies the meaning.

Layout Positions

  1. It deals with this
  2. Avoid this
  3. Do this
  4. Outcome

 

 

 

Cross Layout

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Cross Reading

  DO This

Ansuz
 
It Deals with This

Ehwaz
  Do NOT Do This

Tiwaz
  It Leads to This

Isa
 

 

 

 

It Deals with This

Ehwaz

The "Horse Rune" is a sign of adaptability, transition, movement and travels. You may be closing in on your goals. Most basically, this rune means progress.

 

 

 

Do NOT Do This

Tiwaz

The Warrior Rune represents pure, masculine power and the ability to fight for what you want and win it. Be careful to mitigate your aggression, as the cost of attaining your goals can outweigh the gains.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DO This

Ansuz

Ansuz represents one's spiritual connection the universe. Some call it the "God Rune," which embodies reason, truth and justice. This may be a sign of your connection to your higher self-strengthening.

 

 

 

It Leads to This

Isa

The Ice Rune represents stagnation and a cold, passionless reality. Your life may seem to be going nowhere at the moment, but if you persevere you will soon see better days.